So you think you know Caribbean ‘riddim’? Guess again || Wisdom Wednesdays

If you enjoy Caribbean music, there is a high likelihood that you’ve heard references to a ‘riddim’ (rhythm) more than once. Many West Indians assume that everyone knows what they…

 
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Kamila McDonald : Don’t Wish for It; Work for It #KampKamila

Originally published Oct 3rd 2015 OUR AMBASSADOR5™ SERIES SHOWCASES 5 QUESTIONS/FACTS WITH A CULTURAL AMBASSADOR WHO IS ACTIVELY PROMOTING CARIBBEAN CULTURE THROUGHOUT THE WORLD. I took the chance and took the…

 
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Top 3 Reasons Why the Sugar Island Has One of the Sweetest Caribbean Carnivals (Vincy Mas)

St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG), otherwise known as the ‘sugar island’ is known for many things. It is known as one of the first Caribbean country in which petroglyphs,…

 
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The Queen who became King; Calypso Rose always breaking barriers

   OUR AMBASSADOR5™ SERIES SHOWCASES 5 QUESTIONS/FACTS WITH A  CULTURAL AMBASSADOR  WHO IS ACTIVELY PROMOTING CARIBBEAN CULTURE THROUGHOUT THE WORLD. By Marissa Williams She does not take herself or her…

 
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Singing Sandra releases ‘Cleansing Fire’ on the Nation of Trinidad and Tobago

We are always proud of the works of our Ambassador 5 alumni. And one of our most memorable, Singing Sandra, continues to blaze the trail in the calypso arena with…

 
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Calypso Rose achieves what no Trinbagonian artiste has ever done before

Story courtesy CNC3 Calypso Rose, 76, has become the first international gold album artiste coming from Trinidad and Tobago. An album goes gold when it is sold more than 50,000…

 
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